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Remdesivir is a drug with a strange history, and that became oddly inserted into the Plandemonium despite no history of success as a practical antiviral. The expensive drug became the standard of care in many hospitals, despite the fact that antivirals are not expected to be particularly effective more than about five days after symptomatic infection. Many people believe the drug to be a killer.
So, just how did remdesivir pass through the sieve of medical testing to emerge as a late stage COVID-19 treatment?
Tomorrow at 1 PM Eastern, five researchers who have collectively spent thousands of hours gathering information about the emergence of remdesivir as an accepted treatment for COVID-19 gather for a comprehensive discussion that includes roles played along the way by Dr. Robert Malone and COVID Early Treatment Foundation manager Steve Kirsch, among many others. If you care about this topic, you should join us live, or watch the recording.
1 pm which time zone Mathew? Really interesting.
Look at this:
There are 2 hospitals in Minnesota that stand out. They cared for 7.3% of COVID decedents, but for 21.9% of COVID decedents with acute kidney failure.
St Cloud Hospital: 86 / 511 COVID decedents suffered acute kidney failure
Regions Hospital: 80 / 551 COVID decedents suffered acute kidney failure
Abbott Northwestern Hospital: 10 / 507 COVID decedents suffered acute kidney failure
Mayo Clinic Hospital-Rochester St Mary's Campus 0 / 411 COVID decedents sufffered acute kidney failure
Range: 0% - 17% of COVID deaths were associated with acute kidney failure in the 4 hospitals with the most COVID deaths in Minnesota!